Discriminating among incarcerated sexual offenders by their perception of interpersonal problems and experience-related anxiety.

Abstract

Fifty-seven (57) incarcerated sex offenders were assessed for their capacity to perceive interpersonal difficulties and experience related anxiety. The findings suggest that the men who have sexually transgressed against minors view themselves as easily exploitable and nurturant, and those who have sexually aggressed against adult females demonstrated… (More)

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